Three of New Jersey's five medical marijuana dispensaries have had their business pages shutdown by Facebook, cutting off what advocates call an integral place for customers to learn about which plant strains best treat their illness and where to find discounts.
Even in states where marijuana has been made legal, law enforcement agencies are still engaging in underhanded practices, some of which are blatant models of entrapment, to arrest people for marijuana.
It seems that simply using certain words on social media could also be negatively affecting you—specifically, hurting your credit.
The DEA has one less method to bring in drug offenders thanks to Facebook's latest move.
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